• ASG Job Description Summary


  • The Mission of the ASMHCC is to provide the students of Mt. Hood Community College with visible representation, accessibility to the Student Senate, Executive Cabinet, and Student Activities Board, and to promote growth in Co-curricular programs and provide activities for the campus community.

    The Executive Cabinet is responsible for conducting the business of the Association. The appointed members shall set into operation the duties and tasks directed by the President, in accordance with the goals established for the year.

    Director of Marketing
    Maintain the Call of Nature News (CNN). Assist with the creation of promotional material for ASG sponsored events. Responsible for updating the ASG web pages and displaying and updating photographs on the MHCC website and in the Student Union. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of Community Affairs
    Manage all aspects of the operation of Barney’s Pantry, including scheduling of volunteer hours, purchasing supplies, collecting data and publishing information. Hold at least one food drive per term. Communicate community service opportunities on campus.This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of Communications & Social Media
    Manage weekly updates on all ASG social media (Facebook, twitter, Instagram). Represent ASG at meetings with the media. Communicate with the Advocate regarding ASG issue and events. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of State and Federal Affairs
    Work to enhance MHCC students’ awareness of legislation and lobbying issues happening throughout the state, and at MHCC, through training opportunities, programming, and focus groups. Work to enhance the student awareness of issues before the state legislature and/or Congress. Represent ASMHCC on college committees where decisions are made that involve legislative issues. Organize and arrange for student trips to Salem for appropriate rallies or to testify and lobby on behalf of students. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of Campus Safety & Sustainability
    Work to enhance MHCC students’ awareness of sustainability issues through training opportunities, programming, and focus groups. May represent ASMHCC on college committees where decisions are made that involve campus sustainability initiatives. These committees are but not limited to the following: Facilities Council, Strategic Planning Council, and Research & Planning Council. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of Student Organizations & Clubs
    Act as the chair of the Student Organizations Council (SOC). Communicate campus activities with club members. Be responsible for assisting in the development and involvement of student organizations on campus. Market, plan, and support three Club Fairs, one per term. Develop and coordinate the SOC activities program. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of Student Activities Board
    Act as the chair of the Student Activities Board. Work closely with adviser to oversee campus wide programming efforts. Assume responsibility for assisting the SAB coordinators in implementation of campus activities and programs. Work closely with the professional staff of the Student Life Office to ensure proper completion of necessary paperwork and contracts for each event. Ensure all SAB events are promoted significantly to broad campus stakeholders. Work specified hours during summer term for the coordination and planning of Welcome Week activities. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Director of Finance
    Act as the chair of the Finance Council. Prepare financial reports for the ASMHCC Senate, Executive Cabinet, Student Life office, and any other student inquiring. Conduct an audit of co-curricular and student club accounts once per term. Coordinate efforts regarding the development, implementation, review and revision of the student fee budget, including developing the student fee budget for the following academic year. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Administrative Assistant – EC & SOC
    Record, post, and distribute minutes of the Executive Cabinet and SOC meetings. Assist in the preparation and publication of an agenda for each Executive Cabinet and SOC meeting. Serve as correspondence secretary for the Association as directed by the Executive Cabinet. Manage the office functions of the Association ; including the administration of office equipment and supplies, maintaining office organization and cleanliness. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.

    The Student Activities Board (SAB) is responsible for the planning and implementing of student activities of the Association. Each coordinator works closely with the Director of the Student Activities Board and adviser to plan events and activities for students interested in enriching their college experience.

    Seasonal Events Coordinator
    Coordinates programs, activities and events that take place periodically, such as special holiday events, celebrations or other events and activities of a general nature. Plan and implement activities designed to incorporate as much of the campus as possible. Work with the Director of SAB to incorporate activities such as Welcome Week, Halloween events, Valentine’s Day events, Spring Fest and other events designed to reach a large proportion of the campus community on an annual basis. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Evening Programs Coordinator
    Coordinates programs, activities and events which are usually held in the evenings such as the Night Students’ Reception, Bingo Night, Lip Sync Battle and other similar programs. Work closely with the professional staff of the Student Life Office to ensure proper completion of necessary paperwork and contracts for each event. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Health Programs Coordinator
    Coordinates programs, activities and events regarding health and wellness such as the Dodgeball Tournament, Health and Wellness Fair, Blood Drives and related areas. Work closely with the professional staff of the Student Life Office to ensure proper completion of necessary paperwork and contracts for each event. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Diversity Programs Coordinator
    Coordinates programs, activities and events regarding multicultural programs. Such programs are designed to educate and sensitize the campus community to issues regarding diversity of all types. These programs might address topics focusing on religion, culture, race, nationality, or other areas, which will help the campus to be more aware of the benefits and strengths of multiculturalism. Work closely with the professional staff of the Student Life Office to ensure proper completion of necessary paperwork and contracts for each event. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Graphic Designer
    Collaborate with event coordinators in order to create graphics for SAB events and for SAB marketing purposes. Assist Directors and Senators with graphics for various projects. Must have a background in graphic design. This position will be compensated with a 12 credit tuition waiver.
    Administrative Assistant, Student Activities Board (SAB)
    Record, post, and distribute minutes of the SAB meetings. Post and update office hours for all Student Activities coordinators. Develop and maintain files and other records of the SAB and assist in the maintenance of files and records for each events coordinator. Assist in the preparation and publication of an agenda for SAB meeting. In conjunction with the Director of SAB, handle the administration of office equipment and supplies, as well as maintaining office organization and cleanliness. This position will be compensated with a 6 credit tuition waiver.

    The Student Senate is responsible for the legislative process of the Association. The Student Senate is the voice of the students and facilitates the student fee budget for each academic year, ensuring that the student fee budget is spent on things that contribute to the positive extracurricular experience at MHCC. The ASMHCC Senate exists to represent the interests and beliefs of the student body, to provide open meetings and represent, express and protect the educational experience of students while advocating honest and open communication between the administration and the students of MHCC. The Senate also provides final approval for all legislation.

    Senators
    Senators (9) represent the official voice of the students at MHCC. Each senator performs an essential function within the association providing overall guidance and approval for all functions of the Associated Students. Each senator may represent an academic or student services area on campus. The senate provides final approval for all legislation, and the student fee budget. The senate ensures that the student fee budget is spent on things that contribute to the positive extracurricular experience at MHCC. These positions will be compensated with a 6 credit tuition waiver except for the Pro Tempore, which will be compensated with a 9 credit tuition waiver.
    Open Position - Senate Administrative Assistant
    The Elections Committee is responsible for conducting a fair and equitable election according to ASG established by-laws, policies and procedures. The committee will solicit potential candidates, review candidate applications and suggest ideas that promote greater voter interest and participation in the ASMHCC election process.
    Elections Committee Chairperson
    This position acts as the chair for the four (4) members of the Elections Committee. They ensure that members have the resources needed to accomplish the various tasks involved with the Associated Students of Mt. Hood Community College President and Vice President Elections for the 2017-18 school year. The Chairperson is responsible for creating the Election’s Candidate packet for prospective Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates. Working closely with committee members, the chairperson must ensure the implementation of two candidate debates as well as coordinating 20 “tabling” hours and classroom presentations to talk about elections. This position will be supported by the Student Events Coordinator and will meet on a weekly basis from mid-February to May. This position consists of an estimated 4 hour weekly time commitment from mid-February to May and will be compensated with at $600 stipend.
    Elections Committee Marketing Coordinator
    This position works as a member of the Elections Committee and focuses primarily on the marketing and advertising for election events and voting. They will assist the Chairperson as well as the other Election Committee members in the Associated Students of Mt. Hood Community College President and Vice President elections for the 2017-18 school year. With the support of the Chairperson as well as the Student Events Coordinator, this individual’s main responsibilities include the creation of a “Voters Guide” as well as designing and implementing marketing materials to attract potential candidates, advertise for the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates and publicize voting week. They will also contribute to “tabling” hours and classroom presentations to talk about elections. This position consists of an estimated 2 hour weekly time commitment from mid-February to May and will be compensated with a $300 stipend.
    Elections Committee Logistics Coordinator
    This position works as a member of the Elections Committee and focuses primarily on the logistics and planning for the election events. They will assist the Chairperson as well as the other Election Committee members in the Associated Students of Mt. Hood Community College President and Vice President elections for the 2011-2012 school year. With the support of the Chairperson as well as the Student Events Coordinator, this individual’s main responsibilities include the booking of space and ordering food for the two Presidential and Vice Presidential debates as well as meeting with the marketing coordinator to get the word out to the students. They will also contribute to “tabling” hours and classroom presentations to talk about elections. This position consists of an estimated 2 hour weekly time commitment from mid-February to May and will be compensated with a $300 stipend.
    Elections Committee Support Coordinators (2 positions)
    These two positions work as members of the Elections Committee and focus primarily on assisting the other two Elections Committee members as well as the Chairperson on events and promotion for the Associated Students of Mt. Hood Community College President and Vice President elections for the 2011-2012 school year. These two members will also participate in the implementation of two candidate debates as well as contribute to “tabling” hours and classroom presentations to talk about elections. This position consists of an estimated 2 hour weekly time commitment from mid-February to May and will be compensated with a $300 stipend.